Schools & Universities in Finland

Best Schools & Universities in Finland 2018

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University of Helsinki

LLM Finland Helsinki August 2018

Over 30 Master’s Degree Programmes in English The University of Helsinki offers a wide range of Master’s Degree Programmes, taught entirely in English. The scope of our programmes is 120 ECTS credits, completed with two years of full-time study. Some programmes are organised by the University of Helsinki along with other Finnish and foreign universities. All programmes comply with the national legislation governing university education and are, therefore, recognised globally. One of … [+] the best multidisciplinary research universities in Europe The University of Helsinki is one of Europe’s leading universities specialising the area of research. It is a founding member of the League of European Research Universities, which includes such universities as Oxford and Cambridge. The University is internationally renowned for its high-quality teaching, research, and innovation. International rankings consistently place the University of Helsinki amongst the 20 best universities in Europe. The main strength of the University of Helsinki is considered to be scientific research and the teachings which are derived from it, as we believe that teaching is closely linked to research. This is reflected in our philosophy: “all teachers are researchers and all researchers teach.” Some facts about the University of Helsinki: •The biggest university in Finland with over 35 000 students •11 faculties and 4 campuses within the Helsinki area •Ranked internationally number 72 out of the 15 000 universities according to Shanghai Jiao Tong University •One of the oldest universities in Europe (founded 1640) [-]

University of Lille

France Lille Germany Kitzscher Finland Helsinki Poland Krąków Italy Bologna September 2018 + 5 more

THE ASC NETWORK 5 European universities, ASC partners since 2005, have been working together to design and implement a joint master course in Advanced Spectroscopy in Chemistry: University Alma Mater of Bologna, Italy University of Helsinki, Finland Jagiellonian University of Krakow, Poland University of Leipzig, Germany University Lille1, France (Coordinating institution) This European master’s course has been funded and awarded the Erasmus Mundus label by the European C… [+] ommission twice for the periods 2008-2014 and currently for 2015-2020 and is now highly recognized. The program includes a mandatory mobility within the ASC consortium and is taught in English in all universities. Over the years, the ASC consortium has developed links with 14 associated partners: global industrial partners producing spectrometers (Bruker, Magnetech) as well as regional competitiveness clusters (MATIKEM in Lille, NEU in Leipzig). A privileged partnership has also been established with great research facilities such as Synchrotron SOLEIL in France and ELETTRA in Italy. This large academic and industrial network merges its state of the art equipment and expertise to offer international students a high quality education program covering the application of spectroscopic techniques to chemistry in a broad sense, leading to careers in chemical analysis and characterization of the structure of materials in the fields of molecular synthesis, biology, nanotechnologies, modeling, pharmacy, green chemistry, materials, and sustainable energies. ADMINISTRATION The ASC Consortium is coordinated by the University Lille1. Legal representative: President Jean-Christophe Camart Network Coordinator: Prof Sylvain Cristol Administrative manager: Francine Chanier Academic affairs secretary: Aude Zeglin PROGRAM BOARD The Program Board directs the program development and delivery and acts as a forum of consultation and cooperation for the implementation of the ASC Program through Partner Institutions. In line with study regulations and respecting decision-making powers of boards as stipulated at each Partner, the Program Board has the primary responsibility for: Agreeing on the admission criteria of the applicants to the Program (students and invited scholars), Selecting students and invited scholars, Overseeing Program development and delivery, including quality assurance, Monitoring student achievement, progression, and evaluation, including student feedback, Contributing to and approving reports to the European Commission and other donors on grants awarded for co-operation projects. The Program board‘s members: Network coordinator, 5 local coordinators, and participation with an advisory capacity of administrative members from each partner university and 2 students. [-]

South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences, XAMK

Finland Mikkeli August 2018

Welcome to XAMK South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences (XAMK) is the name of the new university of applied sciences. XAMK is an innovative higher education institution driven by the idea of unlimited lifelong learning and study. The passion to learn is not bound to time, place or method – it is a way of looking at the world. We promote well-being and sustainable development through global networking and by creating new digital solutions. The strategic objective i… [+] s to be among the top five universities of applied sciences in Finland as regards student satisfaction, the organisation of studies and graduates’ employment rate. One of the goals is to be the largest Finnish university of applied sciences in terms of RDI activities and education provided through the Open University of Applied Sciences. The new university of applied sciences wants to be a strong and responsible partner that fully exploits its geographical location. Vision 2020 South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences is a pioneer in digital learning, entrepreneurship and Russian co-operation. International Activities International activities promote students’ ability to work in international and multicultural environments. We receive approximately 600 international students each year, representing over 20 countries. Students can study a whole degree or parts of them in English. Eight-degree programmes are taught fully in English (4 Bachelor programmes and 4 Master programmes). XAMK’s international networks provide access to studies and work placements abroad. Xamk has approximately 350 partner schools. Facts about XAMK 9000 students 750 employees 1700 graduates per year 60 Bachelor’s programmes 23 Master’s programmes 4 campuses 350 partner institutions around the world Region of operations: Southern Savonia and Kymenlaakso Second largest UAS in Finland in terms of budget; annual turnover EUR 70 million Extensive RDI activities Versatile services president and CEO Heikki Saastamoinen Education XAMK provides a broad range of education services. bachelor’s and master’s programmes open UAS studies and study paths multidisciplinary continuing education specialisation education apprenticeship training in higher education Full-time studies leading to a bachelor-level degree last 3.5-4 years (210-240 ECTS). You can apply to study for a master’s degree if you have a degree from a university of applied sciences or another higher education degree plus at least three years of work experience in the relevant field of study. Studies in a master-level degree programme take 2.5 years (90 ECTS). Follow us on Social Media Virtual campus tour [-]

University of Turku

Finland Turku August 2018

The University of Turku (UTU) is an international research university located in Southwest Finland in the Student city of Turku. We are an active academic community of nearly 24,000 students and employees with over 100 nationalities. Our aim and ambition are to provide students with innovative problem-solving skills and a high-standard, multidisciplinary education based on the latest research. The University of Turku is the most international university in Finland (THE Ranking… [+] 2016) offering study and research opportunities in seven faculties and seven special units and interdisciplinary centres – expertise ranking from humanities to natural sciences. Our teaching staff is determined to develop the students' skills for working life, as well as new study environments and methods. The graduates of UTU are creative experts and future visionaries who reach beyond the traditional discipline borders. Thanks to our outstanding services, compact campus and active student life, international students feel at home and safe from the very beginning of their stay. 10 Best reasons to choose UTU UTU is the most international university in Finland Master Degree and Doctoral Programmes based on our strengths in research Future career prospects Generous scholarships available for talented students Professors and lecturers that challenge you to learn Personal support and services throughout your studies Excellent facilities and learning environments Wide selection of optional and minor studies Active student life and versatile activities Compact campus where all is near Read more: University Rankings: UTU among the Best 1 % Expertise found in Turku has also been noticed worldwide. Success in international university rankings and the multiple recognitions and awards are great examples. Of the over 20,000 universities in the world, the University of Turku is among the top one percent. In nine subjects, including e.g. Medicine, Biological Sciences, Dentistry and Nursing, the University of Turku ranks among the 200 best in the world (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2016). 4,226 universities in 42 subject areas were evaluated, and the ranking was based on academic reputation, employer reputation and research impact. Welcome to the Student City of Turku The University Campus in Turku is located near the city centre. With a bike or on foot you can easily move from one place – and time – to another. In 1640 the first university students in Finland began their studies right here in Turku. Today, on the same campus, future innovations and technologies are developed and Turku is a genuine student city with over 40,000 university students. Reasonable living costs with many housing options, full-scale public and private services, vivid cultural life and a variety of outdoor recreation possibilities by the surrounding Archipelago Sea guarantee that Turku offers the best location and the best quality of life for your Master’s studies. Welcome to Turku, Finland! [-]

Åbo Akademi

Finland Turku Vaasa August 2017

ÅBO AKADEMI UNIVERSITY Breaking boundaries Swedish-language university in Finland Inspiring – International – Individual Values Diversity Openness Courage Participation Sustainability Task The task of Åbo Akademi University is to provide an open university environment for quality research and studies with a Nordic and international anchorage. Åbo Akademi University is particularly tasked with educating Swedish- speaking experts to satisfy the future needs in Finland. Vision By breaki… [+] ng boundaries Åbo Akademi University, is widely noted for a scholarship at the highest scientific level within its profile areas, and for a Swedish-speaking environment for internationally competitive research and education. ÅAU in a nutshell Founded in 1918 Campuses in Åbo, Vasa and Jakobstad. Activities also in the Åland Islands 5,500 undergraduate students 780 postgraduate students A total of 1,200 employees, 650 working in education and research Overall annual budget ca 101 million euros 38 million external funding 1,400 scientific publications annually Keywords Top quality education and research An acknowledged position at the forefront of research in biotechnology, computer science, chemical combustion, human rights, material sciences, process chemistry and psychology Friendly and welcoming environment in the oldest university town in Finland Close to the unique, beautiful archipelago with over 20,000 islands Student life Active student union Student apartments and rooms at a reasonable price Versatile student culture > 60 student associations ESN for international students Excursions, parties, language exchange, traditional student festivities An international university 1000 international students About 380 of them are exchange students International students from 80 countries About 200 ÅAU-students abroad in different exchange programmes 6 international masters programmes taught in English. [-]

JAMK University of Applied Sciences

Finland Jyväskylä August 2018

Welcome to JAMK There is demand for JAMK graduates: they have the know-how, the right kind of attitude and pride for their professional skills. Being a professional offers you more choices in life and career. Get a practically oriented Bachelor's degree and start your own international career in Jyväskylä, Finland. The degrees consist of 210–240 credits. Their standard completion time varies from 3.5 to 4 years. The application time for Bachelor’s Degree Programmes condu… [+] cted in English is in 9 – 24 January 2018. At JAMK University of Applied Sciences, we have more than 8,500 students from over 70 countries. The facilities at JAMK combine a relaxed atmosphere with high technology. Our international students report that the teaching is excellent and our staff are very supportive. Our graduates have the knowledge and skills to succeed in the global working environment. The city of Jyväskylä Jyväskylä has four beautiful seasons ranging from warm green summers to crisp white winters. The city is located in Central Finland and is surrounded by numerous beautiful lakes and scenic nature. Both Finland and Jyväskylä are safe places to study and live. Jyväskylä is very dynamic. Take a look at the sports and cultural activities, not to mention restaurants and cafés! JAMK at a Glance [-]

Savonia University of Applied Sciences

Finland Kuopio Ekenäs August 2018

Savonia University of Applied Sciences is one of the largest and most versatile Universities of Applied Sciences in Finland. Our organization of experts educates strong professionals in six different fields of study. Our versatile Degree Programmes offer the students the opportunity to study as a full-time student or alongside their job (Master’s Degree and specialised studies) or flexible in the Open University of Applied Sciences. Our campuses are located in Kuopio, Iisalmi a… [+] nd Varkaus. Savonia UAS wishes to serve the surrounding work-life actively. Our R&D activities offer high-quality services and tailor-made solutions to the development needs of the businesses and work communities. Co-operation, networking and internationalisation are the crucial factors of our success. At Savonia, transdisciplinarity is secured by organising RDI into main axes called Competence Networks. These networks are Welfare products and services, Energy, the Environment and Safety and Industrial Design. Savonia University of Applied Sciences is run by the Savonia University of Applied Sciences Ltd. The manager of the ltd and the President of Savonia UAS is Mrs Mervi Vidgrén. TUITION FEES Savonia University of Applied Sciences has made a decision to introduce tuition fees for non-EU/EEA students. The tuition fees apply to students starting their studies on 1 August 2017 or later. The tuition fee is charged for each academic year and it must be paid by 31 August. The fees are: for Bachelor studies, 5000 euros per academic year for Master studies 6000 euros per academic year All non-EU/EEA students of Savonia University of Applied Sciences may apply for a scholarship after they have been admitted to fee-charging Bachelor or Master degree programmes and they have enrolled themselves as a present. In the first academic year the scholarship covers 70% of the tuition fee; in the following academic years, the scholarship covers 50% of the tuition fee. To qualify for the scholarship after the first academic year, students must earn at least 55 credits of studies detailed in their personal study plan per academic year. [-]

Kajaani University of Applied Sciences

Finland Kajaani August 2018

Kajaani University of Applied Sciences (KAMK) is proactive, genuinely international university of applied sciences with a strong regional and national profile. The international learning and development community operates in its own compact campus area located in Kajaani's impressive natural surroundings. The operations and organizational structure of KAMK are based on five areas of competence: Activity Tourism, Information Systems, Nursing and Healthcare, Mechanical and… [+] Mining Engineering and Business and Innovations. Our three fields of focus, activity tourism, games and vehicle information systems, serve to provide us with international competence, visibility and impact. The competence areas are linked to the fields of focus by expertise, i.e. competences. The competence area resources and project activities are channelled into supporting the development of the fields of focus. The Kajaani University of Applied Sciences' strategy is based on regional strategies of Kainuu implementing the national higher education policy and promoting KAMK’s position and impact as part of Finland’s higher education system. KAMK plays a significant role in the region in guaranteeing the availability of expertise, experts and RDI operations required in the development and support of internationalization of business and commerce in Kainuu. More information about RD operations. KAMK has achieved great success in Finland in Ministry of Education and Culture outcome barometers. In particular, the quality of teaching and counselling has been considered the best in Finland for several years running. According to a survey published in Talouselämä magazine in 2011, KAMK was the best university of applied sciences in Finland based on several indicators. KAMK in brief Established in 1992 Amongst the first UAS to be granted permanent status in 1996 A limited liability company owned by the city of Kajaani 5 areas of competence: Activity Tourism, Information Systems, Nursing and Healthcare, Mechanical and Mining Engineering and Business and Innovations 9 Bachelor level degree programmes delivered in Finnish, 2 Bachelor level degree programmes in English 5 Master level degree programmes in Finnish 2000 students A staff of 235 over 5,500 graduates quality management system was among the first to be audited and approved in 2014 President & CEO: Dr Turo Kilpeläinen Kajaani University of Applied Science's Business Idea With its high quality, versatile training resources and Research and Development operations, Kajaani University of Applied Sciences promotes know-how, welfare and a business-friendly working environment within the region. [-]

University of Oulu

Finland Oulu September 2015

The University of Oulu is an international science university which creates innovation for the future, well-being, and knowledge through multidisciplinary research and education. Future innovation is about seeking, utilizing and applying new knowledge. The University of Oulu researchers people and culture in a changing living environment, as well as opportunities that new technology provides for improving the well-being of people and the environment. The University of Oulu… [+] is a multidisciplinary expert in Northerness. Top 3 reasons to study here At the University of Oulu, we promote learning and carry out research that pushes the boundaries of the known. The University’s impact is based on excellence, high ambition, and productivity in all our activities. Our strategy is to enhance our significance in international research and secure our role alongside the world leaders in our focus areas. About Us History Founded in 1958, our research and education community is 16000 students and 3000 employees strong, and one of the biggest and the most multidisciplinary universities in Finland. The ten faculties, the many departments and the specialized research units of the University of Oulu create the foundation for multidisciplinary research, innovation, and training of experts for demanding professional tasks. Education The structure of 10 faculties reflects the University of Oulu’s profile in research, education and societal roles. The faculties are: Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine BMM Education EDU Humanities HUM Information Technology and Electrical Engineering ITEE Medicine MED Oulu Business School OBS Oulu Mining School OMS Oulu School of Architecture OSA Science SCI Technology TECH Research At the University of Oulu we promote learning and carry out research that pushes the boundaries of the known. We use our full potential to contribute to solving some of the greatest global challenges, including sustainable resource use, responsible business, human wellbeing and lifelong health, intelligent systems, and services development, and harnessing environmental risks. Career The University of Oulu in Northern Finland is an international, multidisciplinary research university with a rich pool of creative and intellectual talent. More specifically, the University of Oulu encompasses a science university, a technical university and a business school in the same organization. The Oulu Region is recognized as a world-class R&D hub with R&D input per capita among the highest globally. The specific measures at the University of Oulu in recruitment have included creating a tenure-track program, a junior investigator’s recruitment program and funding of Ph.D. student positions within doctoral programs. Services Student services UniOulu takes care of individuals. We support your academic challenges with a functioning infrastructure and easy access assistance. At your department, you will have a personal academic contact who can be addressed casually by their first name and who will help you with making your individual study plan. A well-prepared study plan is a valuable tool to make progress in your study path. You get to meet your kummi, first student colleague, online even before arriving. Kummis are senior students of the University of Oulu trained to help you, in the beginning, to get accustomed to daily life in Oulu. Student housing The local student housing foundation PSOAS offers a wide range of accommodation possibilities, from shared apartments to studios, around the city area. No matter where you live in Oulu, services ranging from supermarkets to libraries and sports facilities are close to your home. PSOAS is ranked by students as one of the leading housing providers in the world. Tellus Innovation Arena Tellus Innovation Arena is an open innovation space located at the heart of Linnanmaa campus area. It’s built for learning, collaboration and events for all open-minded explorers from inside and outside of the university. Meet people, develop ideas and present projects – it makes all the difference. Health services Student health services for all Bachelor and Master level students are located at the Linnanmaa campus. Health services include medical, mental, and dental treatment. Most services are free of charge while some incur a nominal fee. Student Life Student organizations are experts in organizing cultural activities, sporting events, parties, and trips in Finland. These study-field-specific organizations have internationally experienced members with firsthand knowledge to share. In addition, there are two university-wide student organizations with special interest in issues in international education. University sports Finns are sports enthusiasts. The university offers sports activities for its students and staff ranging from ballet to climbing and yoga, from kayaking to cross-country skiing. Feel free to pick the one that is closest to your body and soul! University Rankings #201 World University Rankings by Times Higher Education #401 Academic Ranking of World Universities by Shanghai Jiao Tong University [-]

Henley Business School

Finland Helsinki August 2018

Founded in 1945, Henley Business School was the first business school in the UK and is one of the oldest and most respected schools in Europe. With over 7,000 participants, we are one of Europe’s largest full-service business schools. Henley Business School is constantly ranked among the world’s top 50 business schools by the Financial Times and The Economist. We are also among the very few business schools – the top 1% in the world – to be triple-accredited by the leading… [+] UK, European and US accrediting bodies (AMBA, EQUIS and AACSB) for the quality and capability of our faculty and output. Henley Business School provides rigorous, challenging and career-oriented programmes that set high standards of learning. You are presented with stimulating concepts and new thinking that is immediately applicable in the workplace. Moreover, you will gain the ability to apply knowledge to real-life situations. The result will be tangible, significant and enduring. We aim to empower individuals to become great professionals and outstanding business leaders who think with clarity and act with confidence and conviction. Our strength lies in our approach. We enable people to better understand themselves and their responsibilities while at the same time blending the practice and theories of successful business. The Henley Alumni network is a dynamic and engaging community of more than 70,000 people in over 170 countries. Henley Business School is recognised for Being a truly international business school The excellence of our learning experience World-class research and thinking Our sense of community and responsibility The strength of our networks The breadth and depth of our relationships with industry As part of the University of Reading, Henley operates within an academic institution that is placed within the top 1% of all global universities. In Finland, Henley Business School has provided MBA programmes since 1986. Today, our portfolio includes the Henley Executive MBA as well as customised and open Executive Education programmes. Financial Times and Economist rankings Quality of faculty, networking opportunities, personal development and potential to increase your salary are vital in selecting MBA, Executive MBA or Executive Education providers. Only few business schools and MBA programmes in the world are ranked high on a regular basis. In the Nordic region, there is no other school than Henley Business School to break its way into high places in global rankings with so many management education programmes. In 2016, Henley Business School rose again in the Financial Times rankings of the best Executive MBA programmes and maintained its position as one of the world’s top 50 and Europe’s top 20 business schools. Also, for Executive Education programmes, the Financial Times results placed Henley Business School 20th in the world and 12th in Europe. The Economist places Henley Business School number 36 in the world and top 10 in Europe in its 2015 rankings for Executive MBA programmes. [-]

VAMK University of Applied Sciences

Finland Vaasa August 2018

VAMK is a modern and international University of Applied Sciences situated in Vaasa, Finland. VAMK provides high level theoretical and practical oriented education in Finnish and in English, both at Bachelor level in full-time and part-time education as well as professional Master´s degree level. Our strengths are in energy technology and international business competence and in these fields, we are in close cooperation with Vaasa region´s energy sector. The main areas o… [+] f focus are high technology, international business, and health care and social services. VAMK takes a special interest in combining the traditional entrepreneurial spirit of the region with international awareness, languages and culture in the education. There is a strong emphasis on internationalization and the instructors maintain the high educational standard. VAMK has an extensive co-operation network with universities and other educational and research institutions abroad, as well as in Finland. The personnel, programmes and services team up to provide an extensive range of learning alternatives, offering an unbeatable combination of quality education in the modern and student-friendly city of Vaasa. Currently, VAMK has 3,300 students enrolled and a full-time staff of over 210 members, as well as 50 part-time or visiting teachers and professors. VAMK has two campuses, one in Palosaari – the seaside campus, and one on Raastuvankatu right in the heart of the city centre. Both campuses are easily reached and only 1,5 kilometres from each other. VAMK Ltd, University of Applied Sciences Vaasan ammattikorkeakoulu VAMK Ltd, University of Applied Sciences is an international higher education institution educating Bachelors of Business Administration, Engineering, and Social Services as well as Registered Nurses and Public Health Nurses in Finnish, and in English for the demanding needs of the working life. VAMK Ltd is owned by the city of Vaasa, University of Vaasa, Regional Council of Ostrobothnia and Ostrobothnia Chamber of Commerce. In a limited liability company, the highest power of decision is vested in the General Meeting, where the shareholders exercise their power according to the voting rights of their shareholding. The Board of Directors, which is in accordance with the Limited Liability Companies Act, sees to the administration of the company and the appropriate organisation of its operations. The rector of VAMK, with the support of the steering committee, acts as the Managing Director of Oy VAMK Ab. History Vaasan ammattikorkeakoulu VAMK, University of Applied Sciences, started its operation as a temporary Polytechnic on 1st of August 1996 and was based on five institutions: Vaasa Institute of Technology, Vaasa Commercial College, Vaasa College of Hotel and Restaurant Services, Vaasa College of Health Care and Vaasa College of Household and Social Services. Soon after these institutions were combined into three: Vaasa Institute of Technology, Vaasa Institute of Business Economics and Tourism and Vaasa Institute of Health Care and Social Services. The operation was given a permanent license to form a unified University of Applied Sciences. These institutions have remarkable individual traditions prior to the merger: business education has a history of over 100 years of in Vaasa. Training experts in technology in Vaasa has been provided for over 150 years whereas training experts in health care have been provided for 25 years. Apart from the Institute of Technology, the other two institutes were separated into VAMK (by the name Vaasa Polytechnic) and colleges of secondary education in connection with receiving the permanent licence on 1 August 1999. Today VAMK has three educational schools, two units for student and administrative services as well as a unit for applied research and development. The strengths of VAMK are multidisciplinary, multilingual and international education with a good expertise in high technology, international business and tourism as well as highly developed health care and social services in accordance to the institution's renowned educational history. Mission, vision and values Vaasan ammattikorkeakoulu, University of Applied Sciences (VAMK) educates international experts to serve the commercial and industrial life. VAMK is a multilingual and international higher education institution, which offers education in two languages as well as research, development and innovation activities integrated into the teaching of technology, business economics and health care and social services. VAMK offers education in the form of specialisation studies and degree programmes leading to basic degrees and professional Master's degrees. An essential part of the studies in cooperation with the working life. Our vision is to be an energetic, attractive, and international learning and research community, which operates in close professional partnership with the region’s working life supporting the region’s success. Our mission is to train international experts for the needs of the Ostrobothnia working life by offering Degree Programmes in Technology, Business Economics, Health Care and Social Services, and by conducting research and development work closely linked in these fields. Our operations are multilingual and international. Our areas of focus are Technical know-how of energy industry, especially electricity generation, utilization and transmission technologies and information technology with a focus on the energy industry. Business know-how of export industry, especially the practices of international trade and logistics. The essential basic know-how of social services and health care and promoting the population’s health, well-being and ability to work. Our profile VAMK’s profile emphasises international co-operation and regional impact. Our Degree Programmes concentrate on training experts with international competencies needed by both industry and business life, and we want to be active in developing these competences. The regional impact is carried out through education and research that are based on the needs of the region’s working life. Working life is practically integrated into training by using student-centred pedagogical methods. Our values include Customer orientation: We anticipate and know the needs and expectations of customers, and we meet those needs and expectations through flexible, high-quality operations. Sustainable development: We bring additional value to western Finland by developing our operations persistently and innovatively and by respecting environmental values. Future-orientated expertise: We provide the working life with experts and ensure our own know-how and expertise through continuous learning. Respect: We build mutual trust by respecting everyone as a human being, and we openly give positive and constructive feedback. VAMK in a nutshell Students 3250 (560 in part-time education) Staff 212 (124 faculty members) Degree programmes 13 undergraduate degrees in full-time education 4 Professional Master´s Degrees Up to 10-degree programmes in part-time education per annum Fields of study Technology Business Economics Health Care and Social Services Business Information Technology Time of study Full-time education 210–240 ECTS (3.5–4 years) Part-time education 210–240 ECTS (3–5 years) Professional Master´s Degrees 60–90 ECTS (2-3 years) International activity 350 International degree students 80 Incoming exchange students 180 Outgoing exchange students Quality of tuition: 72 % of graduates grade tuition as highly competent Final theses made for working life: 75 % Degree programmes and qualifications awarded Bachelor -level: International Business: Bachelor of Business Administration (in English) Business Economics: Bachelor of Business Administration (in Finnish) Business Information Technology: Bachelor of Business Administration (in Finnish) Social Services: Bachelor of Social Services (in Finnish) Health Care: Bachelor of Health Care (in Finnish) Public Health Care: Bachelor of Health Care (in Finnish) Energy Technology: Bachelor of Engineering (in Finnish and partly in English) Information Technology: Bachelor of Engineering (in English and Finnish) Civil Engineering: Bachelor of Engineering (in Finnish) Electrical Engineering: Bachelor of Engineering (in Finnish) Environmental Technology (in Finnish) Mechanical and Production Engineering: Bachelor of Engineering (in Finnish) Master-level: Project Management: Master of Engineering (in English) Construction: Master of Engineering (in Finnish) Business Competence: Master of Business Administration (in Finnish) Development and Management of Health Care and Social Services: Master of Health Care/ Public Health Care/Social Services (in Finnish) [-]

Aalto University

LLM Finland Espoo Helsinki Pori Mikkeli August 2018 + 1 more

Welcome to Aalto University Be a Game Changer. Do you want to create something unique? Change the society, develop a new innovation – or a whole new industry? At Aalto University, we believe in curiosity and we encourage our students to explore the unknown and do things in a totally new way. We offer the highest level of education in business, art and design, architecture, and technology in Finland. Freedom to Choose Aalto University degrees get you going for a successful c… [+] areer. In Helsinki and on the adjacent Otaniemi campus, Master’s and Doctoral Programs draw talented academics from all over the world. Students get hefty discounts in transport, lodging, and dining. Except for the joint programs, Aalto University charges no tuition fees. Aalto University School of Business is the first business school in the Nordic countries to have received all three labels of excellence from the world’s leading business school accreditation bodies: AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS. This Triple Crown status is an honour held by only a few business schools worldwide. Freedom to Do From the beginning of your studies, you will get to participate in interesting projects and hone your practical skills. The blossoming startup scene and initiatives like Aalto Design Factory help our students generate real businesses out of their dreams and ideas. Under the tutelage of several distinguished scholars, you can also enter the realm of research and strive for the best. Freedom to Move Aalto University has extensive partnerships with over 400 universities worldwide. For example, the School of Business has exchange programs with some of the best business schools in the world. International doctoral and post-doc researchers, teachers and summer schools are a strong testimony to our opportunities. Aalto University Schools School of Arts, Design and Architecture School of Business School of Chemical Technology School of Electrical Engineering School of Engineering School of Science Tuition Fees Tuition fees for Bachelor and Master programmes taught in English from 1 August 2017 onwards are subject to annual fees for non-EU/EEA citizens. Programmes taught in Finnish or Swedish are free of charge for all students. The tuition fees range from EUR 12 000 to EUR 15 000 per academic year depending on the programme: EUR 12 000 per academic year for the International Business BScBA degree programme; EUR 15 000 per academic year for study options leading to a master's degree. International joint degree programmes have their own tuition fees and scholarship schemes. For more information, please visit the programmes' webpage: Scholarships There are several ways to fund your studies at Aalto University. Prospective non-EU/EEA students applying to Aalto University Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes as well as Nordic Master programmes are eligible to apply for scholarships awarded from the Aalto University Scholarship programme. Certain international joint degree programmes have their own tuition fees and scholarship schemes. There are also some possibilities to apply for a scholarship outside Aalto University. Aalto University Scholarship Programme Aalto University Scholarship programme seeks to recognize talented non-EU/EEA students across the world by awarding academic excellence. Scholarships may cover 50% or 100% of the tuition fee. The number of scholarships awarded is limited and depends on the budget available to the programme. Aalto University is also building an incentive scholarship system in which an additional waiver will be rewarded to students who have made good progress in their studies. Applicants apply for the scholarships at the same time they apply for their preferred study options with the same application form. The scholarship decision is given together with the admission decision. The decisions on the awarded scholarships are made on the basis of the academic merits of the students selected to study in the programmes. At the moment, Aalto University does not offer any scholarships to cover living costs in Finland. Students are expected to cover all living expenses (app. EUR 800 per month) and other study-related costs from their own financial resources. Scholarship recipients must still be able to fund their living costs, as per the requirements of the Finnish Immigration Service. Students who were selected during the application period 2016 to English-taught bachelor’s or master’s programmes will not be required to pay tuition fees and cannot apply for scholarships. Be sure to follow us on Snapchat! [-]

University of Vaasa

Finland Vaasa August 2018

The University of Vaasa is a multidisciplinary University with more than 5000 students, and it offers degrees at all academic levels from Bachelor to Master and Doctor. Approximately 12 percent of the students are international students coming from all around the world. The teaching and research activities of the University focus on business studies, administrative sciences, technology and communication. The language of instruction in the international Master's programmes… [+] and several other courses in English. The University of Vaasa occupies one of Finland's newest campus areas close to the sea. All of the schools and departments are located on the beautiful island of Palosaari. The campus is an interesting fusion of old and new, a combination of continental and Anglo-Saxon architectures. It is located in Vaasa, the sunniest City of Finland. With its 12 000 students, Vaasa is also a very lively student city. Moreover, the beautiful Kvarken archipelago surrounding the city is part of UNESCO's World Natural Heritage sites since 2006. University of Vaasa - Multidisciplinary and Business-Oriented Studies The University of Vaasa functions in four schools. Teaching and research in the School of Management and the School of Accounting and Finance as well as in the School Marketing and Communication are of a high national standard, and the University of Vaasa is among the largest providers of business degrees in Finland. The key areas of business studies are financing and financial markets, entrepreneurship, consumer behaviour, and internationalization of enterprises. The schools are ranked as Excellent Business Schools in the Eduniversal Worldwide Business School Ranking and their Master's Degree Programme in Finance and Master's Degree Programme in International Business have been awarded the international EPAS accreditation. The School of Management and the School of Marketing and Communication have their own special strength areas such as communication and administrative sciences. In the School of Technology and Innovations, the University's areas of expertise are automation technology, electrical engineering, computer science, and telecommunications engineering. The education in the University of Vaasa receives acclaim from employers for meeting the demands of modern working life. All degrees of the University encompasses business operations skills and the genuinely international atmosphere of the campus together with opportunities for student exchange give students strong abilities when entering working life. The language of instruction in all the courses offered for international students in the Master's programmes in English. Courses are typically based on lectures with a final examination, or on independent studying which is examined during the academic year. Seminars and various forms of group work with written and oral assignments are part of the curricula, too. > Student Life in Vaasa The University of Vaasa community comprises over 5 000 students and every year more than 300 international students from all over the world study at the University. Students in the University have a growing interest in international study atmosphere. There are altogether some 12 000 students in Vaasa, and the available housing and leisure activity opportunities in the city are plenty. The cultural life of the city has something for everyone. The Finnish Vaasa City Theatre, the Swedish Wasa Theatre, the City Orchestra, the Vaasa Opera Company and numerous other musical groups, choirs and theatres as well as the several galleries and museums ensure a bustling cultural life for the city. Diverse pop, rock and alternative music and cultural festivals are organized in the city especially in summer time. The University of Vaasa provides tutoring for all new international students. An International Tutor, a fellow student, is appointed to every international student. Tutors help students to get to know the academic environment and assist in other matters related to living in Vaasa and in Finland. Throughout the academic year, tutors plan different types of activities and events for international students. These events are a great opportunity to get to know the fellow students and experience Vaasa in a new way. The University of Vaasa also organises trips for international students to see other parts of Finland. For instance, an annual trip to Lapland is always a memorable experience for students. As members of the local student union international Master's degree students of the University of Vaasa benefit from various discounts on and off campus. These include for instance subsidised meals at University restaurants and cafeterias, as well as discounts on travel tickets, in theatres, museums and numerous stores. Master's degree students are also entitled to student health care service. The University of Vaasa campus is located next to the sea with plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities. For those who enjoy being close to nature, the Vaasa region is an excellent place for spending leisure time outdoors. The seashore offers experiences for each season from kayaking and scuba diving to ice fishing. The city of Vaasa is very accessible; all necessary services are located near the University and most people keep on cycling throughout the year. Travel connections are comprehensive - in addition to the well-connected airport, train and bus connections, cruisers cross the Gulf of Bothnia allowing travellers reach Sweden in few hours. Campus Area The University of Vaasa occupies Finland’s newest campus area by the sea - a combination of coastal landscaping, modern architecture and converted industrial buildings. The University offers a modern study environment with an up-to-date computer and other technical facilities. Also, the academic library is located on the campus. From the student restaurant in the main building, there is a magnificent view of the surrounding natural scenery and the sea. An International University The University of Vaasa has contacts around the world; partnership universities for student and staff exchange, and also for research and educational co-operation. Every year more than 200 students go abroad for some of the studies required for their degree programmes. Similarly, more than 200 international students arrive every year to complete their exchange period at the University of Vaasa. In addition, more than 300 international students study in the University's international Master and Doctoral programmes. The University of Vaasa provides an international atmosphere and a beautiful maritime campus setting, efficient tutoring and a lively social environment in addition to a wide range of courses offered in English. Most of the courses included in the Master's programmes are offered for both international and Finnish students which provides an excellent opportunity to get to know the local students. The internationally mixed study groups offer a great chance to learn from other students and their experiences. Invest in Your Future! A closely knit study community, well-planned teaching and efficient student services promote academic progress and completion of degrees. The University of Vaasa educates competent experts for the needs of the modern working life and the employment prospects for graduates are good. The University supports flexibility in studies within the University and in other academic institutions in Vaasa, in Finland and throughout the world. For more information please visit the University of Vaasa homepages at Join us now! [-]

Hanken School of Economics

Finland Helsinki Vaasa August 2018

Nordic BrillianceFor over 100 years, Hanken School of Economics has shaped the future of many successful leaders. It is one of the oldest leading business schools in the Nordic countries and prepares its students to take on challenges of the future.At Hanken, you as a student are met as an individual. All students receive personal guidance and professors are easily approachable. Every year some 350 students enrol and in total, we have some 2300 students on our campuses in… [+] Helsinki and Vaasa. The size of the School makes the close interaction between students and personnel on all levels possible. The atmosphere at the School is international, reflected by our numerous international partners and the exchange programme the School runs in addition to the high share of international students enrolled. At Hanken, you build networks that last a lifetime. Our alumni are proof of the tightly knit web of contacts that are at your disposal after graduating. The alumni are also a great resource already during your studies as they mentor students and open up doors to future career opportunities. Graduates from Hanken have excellent career prospects, and today Hanken alumni work in leading positions in more than 60 countries worldwide.The School has been awarded all three international business school accreditations, the EQUIS accreditation in 2000, the AMBA accreditation in 2008 and the AACSB accreditation in 2015. Hanken was also ranked by Financial Times in 2015. These are proof of high quality in teaching, research, internationalisation and corporate interaction at Hanken. The School was also the first university in Finland to sign the UN Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) and remains committed to sustainability in all activities. [-]

Coptersafety Oy

Finland Vantaa August 2018

ABOUT COPTERSAFETY Passion for safety – Reliable and accessible – Efficient training center – Long-term partnerships Passion for safety Coptersafety was founded by a helicopter pilot to improve the safety of helicopter operations. With Coptersafety, you are choosing a partner who cares about safety and has the know-how, tools, and passion for delivering it. Everything we do is designed to genuinely improve safety and help you with your safety management and processes. To be tr… [+] uly able to share knowledge, experiences and best practices, all of our trainers are also active pilots who fly in Search and Rescue, Offshore, Emergency Medical Services as well as Aerial Work and Law Enforcement missions. Coptersafety is an Approved Training Organization (ATO). Reliable and accessible Pilot training is an investment that should bring in returns through improved safety performance and efficiency while distracting day-to-day business as little as possible. Coptersafety’s state-of-the-art premises situated next to the Helsinki airport offer easy accessibility from anywhere in the world. Everything is contained under the same roof to allow for a smooth and efficient training day from the first briefing to the last debriefing. Efficient training center A well-organized and compact training center allows pilots and their instructors to focus on the training entirely. The whole training process from briefing to simulator training and debriefing is carried out in our state-of-the-art training center with plenty of room for relaxing and socializing during breaks – with complimentary beverages and snacks included as vital part of the training services. Long-term partnerships We will help you to manage and develop your safety performance and culture in the long run. Our services are designed to make it easy for you to plan your schedules well in advance and adopt a systematic approach to pilot training. As our customer, you have access to our online training portal, MyCoptersafety, where you can manage your training and simulator bookings. ONE STEP AHEAD OF REALITY Coptersafety improves your safety performance through reliable, flexible, and efficient mission-specific simulator training. Mission-specific simulator training Mission-specific simulator training enhances safety by letting you practice any scenarios in any environment until standard operational procedures become second nature to you. Then, when a situation emerges in real life, you are prepared, one step ahead, ready to act without hesitation. SIMULATOR OFFERING We offer a full range of flight and mission training courses as well as tailored training packages for Helicopter Emergency and Medical Services, Search and Rescue, Offshore, and Aerial Work professionals. Our training facilities are available 24/7 with full support to fit your schedules. Both wet and dry lease options are available with our fleet of Level D Full Flight Simulators. SIMULATOR TRAINING We believe that the safety and economic benefits of simulator training should be an essential part of any pilot’s training routines. Safety Complements live flight training Learn from mistakes in a controlled environment Perform procedures that would not be safe in a helicopter Improve safety management Cost-effective Significant savings compared to actual flight time Helicopter not tied up for training – can be used for revenue-generating flights New hires can be trained to be mission ready since day one Realism More realistic than live flight training surprise element diagnostic process In-flight conditions: VMC /IMC and Day/Night, all weather effects selection as required, regardless of the prevailing conditions Emergency procedures training Safe training of complex scenarios In addition to the procedures outlined in the flight manual basically, all flight regimes can be practiced [-]

Jyväskylä University Faculty of Mathematics and Science

Finland Jyväskylä August 2018

A creative and international: the Faculty of Mathematics and Science Welcome to the Faculty of Science! The Faculty of Mathematics and Sciences conducts internationally acclaimed research and provides top-level teaching in all the areas of mathematics and sciences it represents. In the Faculty, new ideas are developed and shared with the community and experts who will build the future in both Finland and abroad are educated. The world needs experts to solve the problems of… [+] tomorrow. Globally, there is a growing need for experts in the field of science. The concern about the state of the environment and the desire to build a sustainable future is what brings the students of mathematics and science together. We will play an active role in the development of mathematics and sciences in Finland. We offer a wide spectrum of multi-disciplinary research, with several world-leading research groups. We have substantial research infrastructure for both experimental and theoretical research. We have the very best teachers and researchers, not to mention the modern facilities and an international and compact campus. General information The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Science is founded on the year 1965 and it is University's oldest and largest Faculty. It has four Departments located in the Mattilanniemi and Ylistönrinne campuses. The Mattilanniemi and Ylistönrinne areas have been planned carefully and they have their own unique features. Roughly 2300 students are enrolled in the faculty. The number of staff is about 560. There are four Departments based at the Faculty of Mathematics and Science: Department of Biological and Environmental Science Department of Physics Department of Chemistry Department of Mathematics and Statistics Also, we have three Research Centers: Accelerator Laboratory Nanoscience Center Konnevesi Research Station [-]

Saimaa University of Applied Sciences

Finland Lappeenranta Imatra August 2018

The Saimaa University of Applied Sciences is an institute of higher education in Southeastern Finland in the cities of Lappeenranta and Imatra. We offer degrees in five fields. In three degree programmes all education is conducted in English. We have about 3000 students, 200 of them being international degree students. General Information We have the following faculties: Technology Business Tourism and Hospitality Health Care and Social Services Fine Arts The Degree Programme… [+] in Mechanical Engineering and Production Technology, the Degree Programme in International Business and the Degree Programme in Tourism and Hospitality Management are being conducted entirely in English. The total number of young and adult students studying for a degree is 2,700, and the number of teachers is about 260. Two of the faculty units are in Lappeenranta, one in Imatra. The distance between Imatra and Lappeenranta is 37 km. At our university of applied sciences you have opportunities for comprehensive and multidisciplinary studies. This offers you a wide range of options. Internationally oriented In our international co-operation, we place emphasis on Western Europe, Nordic countries, Russia and the new EU member states, Asian countries Many of our students take the opportunity to complement their studies by studying or working at one of our international partners. The students from abroad who join us are welcomed as an integral part of the international atmosphere of our university of applied sciences, and they give us all an opportunity to learn how to work in a multicultural environment. We also have a lecturer exchange scheme whereby we offer our expertise to our international partners and in exchange, we benefit from some of the unique knowledge they have to offer. We are strongly committed to addressing the challenges of international research and development projects. Strategic focus areas The strategic focus areas of Saimaa UAS are based on the university’s strengths and interest groups’ needs. The university carries out education, research and development as well as international operations in the following multidisciplinary focus areas: 1. Profitable business from innovations 2. Growth and internationalization for small and medium sized enterprises 3. Customer-oriented health and social services [-]

Lappeenranta University of Technology

Finland Lappeenranta France Nancy Sweden Luleå August 2018 + 1 more

Go with science We are a university where curiosity meets courage. We are a world where those with inspiration inspire each other. We are an ambitious and encouraging community creating a better tomorrow on our Green Campus. Be one of us. 7,000 students, teachers and researchers make up the university's international scientific community. Demanding current issues such as curbing climate change, the availability of clean water and the continuous availability of energy are… [+] the aims of the technology and business solutions LUT produces. The well-being of the world moves us. In the disciplines of business administration, LUT concentrates on sustainable value creation through fostering innovations and continuous renewal – competitiveness. At Lappeenranta University of Technology LUT, you can choose from 17 technology or business Master's programmes taught in English. We are committed to renewable energy solutions, a waste-free world, clean water for all, sustainable and smart business modules, and the promotion of new green-collar entrepreneurship to boost growth. We fight for a better world – for all that is good. At LUT, you can obtain the degree of either in Master of Science in Technology, M. Sc. (Tech.), or Master of Science in Economics and Business Administration, M. Sc. (Econ. & Bus. Adm.). Rolling Admission for Master's Studies Apply between November 1, 2017 - May 31, 2018 In addition to the once-a-year application period for the LUT Master's Programmes in English, we offer you an option to apply via Rolling Admission as well. Please note however, that if you get admitted via Rolling Admission and accept your study place within 2 weeks from the decision as required, there is no point of applying during the once-a-year application period as even if admitted, you would not be able to change your decision for the accepted study place due to the rule of One Study Place per Term Provision. All the eligible applicants fulfilling the requirements for rolling admission will be admitted for the studies starting the next Fall. Application Period November 1, 2017 - May 31, 2018 Studies Starting Fall 2018 Eligibility Requirements There are special eligibility requirements when applying for the Master's Programmes via rolling admission. Please find these special eligibilty requirements listed at Rolling Admission for Master's Studies - Eligibility Requirements. Tuition Fee Citizens of EU/EEA and Switzerland There is no tuition fee to be paid for the nationalities within the European Union (EU), The European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland. Citizens Outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland There is a tuition fee to be paid for the citizens of a country outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland. The LUT Tuition Fee for all the Master's Programmes is EUR 10 000 per academic year. Scholarships For the first academic year, there are no scholarships available when applying via rolling admission. For the second academic year, if you are required to pay a tuition fee, you are also eligible to apply and get a 100% Tuition Fee Scholarship for the second academic year, whenever you have completed a minimum of 60 ECTS credits of studies* during the first academic year with the minimum GPA of 4.25 on the scale of 1.0-5.0. [-]

Tampere University of Technology

Finland Tampere August 2018

The University of Tampere and Tampere University of Technology will merge on 1 January 2019. The new foundation-based Tampere University together with Tampere University of Applied Sciences will form a new higher education community in Tampere with competitive edges in technology, health and society. Tampere University of Technology (TUT) conducts research in the fields of technology and architecture and provides higher education based on this research. An international… [+] scientific community TUT is located in Tampere, the Nordic countries’ largest inland city, some 170 km north of the capital Helsinki. TUT’s campus in the suburb of Hervanta is a community of 8,300 undergraduate and postgraduate students and 1,700 employees. Internationality is an inherent part of all the University’s activities. Around 1,700 foreign nationals from more than 60 countries work or pursue studies at TUT. TUT offers its students an opportunity for a broad, cross-disciplinary education. Competent Masters of Science of Technology and Architecture as well as Doctors of Technology and Philosophy graduated from TUT are in high demand among employers. The University combines a strong tradition of research in the fields of natural sciences and engineering with research related to industry and business. Technology is the key to addressing global challenges. A strong societal impact TUT generates research knowledge and competence for the benefit of society. The University is a sought-after partner for collaborative research and development projects with business and industry and a fertile breeding ground for innovation and new research- and knowledge-based companies. Finance In 2015 the total funding of TUT Foundation, which operates as Tampere University of Technology, was 139 million euros. 43 % of the University’s funding was external funding, such as revenue from The Finnish Funding Agency for Technology and Innovation (Tekes), industry, the Academy of Finland and EU projects. A foundation university TUT started operating in the form of a foundation in the beginning of 2010. The independence of a foundation university and the proceeds of the 137 million euro foundation capital further promote the development of research and education at TUT. [-]

Satakunta University of Applied Sciences

Finland Pori Rauma Huittinen Kankaanpää Finland Online

WELCOME TO SAMK! Satakunta University of Applied Sciences (SAMK) is located on the western coast of Finland, in the Satakunta region. There are about 6,000 students in total and more than two hundred international students studying in our campuses every year. Are you ready to join us? SAMK offers both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in the faculties of Health and Welfare, Logistics and Maritime Technology, Service Business and Technology. BRAND-NEW CAMPUSES We have campuses in … [+] the biggest cities in the Satakunta region. SAMK-campus Pori is a brand-new facility located in the city centre of Pori next to the public transportation centre. The new campus is the most modern learning environment in Finland. The modern and versatile campus offers education in business, health care and social services, technology and tourism. SAMK-campus Rauma has been recently renovated and it is located close to the harbour. The campus is a versatile and international study centre for offshore technology, international business and logistics. The cities offer spacious and safe living conditions, a lot of green nature and excellent opportunities for leisure activities. The cities are big enough to offer all the necessary services but also small enough to have a cosy and friendly atmosphere. THE BEST EDUCATION SAMK is known for its quality of education: according to graduating Bachelor’s degree students, SAMK is the best university of applied sciences in Finland in terms of teaching competence. In addition, Master’s degree students at SAMK are in general very satisfied with their studies.The survey has been made by Finland’s Ministry of Culture and Education SAMK'S PROFILE AND VISION SAMK profiles itself as an industrial institution of higher education. SAMK’s profile is based on the needs of the area and SAMK focuses on education, research, innovation and development activities, which support industrial restructuring. Satakunta area has a versatile economic and industrial structure. Therefore, SAMK has to provide research and comprehensive study programmes in technology, business and administration and social and health care even in the future. Our vision is that all SAMK students will be employed. Students are provided with the best possible skills for employment by education customized to the needs of the area, comprehensive co-operation with the employment market and an entrepreneurial attitude. SAMK in figures Towns: 4 Campuses: 4 Degree students 2017: c. 5,500 Degree students per towns 2017: Pori 3,622, Rauma 1,344, Huittinen 454 and Kankaanpää 111 International students: c. 350 Students in open studies: c. 1,100 Staff members 2016: c. 400, with PhD or Licentiate degrees: 71 Bachelor degree programmes: 19 Master degree programmes: 9 Degree programmes in English: 10 Bachelor degrees 2016: 953 Master degrees 2016: 83 Degrees awarded totally: over 18,000 [-]

Aeropole Flight Training

Finland Helsinki August 2018

About Aeropole Aeropole is a premium flight academy founded in 2010. We are specialists in pilot training for technically advanced aircraft. We operate a fleet of modern Diamonds with Helsinki-Malmi, Finland, as our main base. Our approved organisation with its highly qualified and experienced instructors is available and ready to meet your specific needs, whether you are new to aviation or an airline pilot. Our Goal We at Aeropole are passionate about providing you with… [+] excellent flight training. Our aim is to be the number one flight school in Finland in terms of quality. Our promise to you is to provide superior quality in customer service, training, equipment and personnel. 1. Excellent customer service We will only make promises that we can keep. This means to-the-point and fair training agreements, easy-to-understand pricing and open communication when things change. Training schedules are individually tailored to your needs, be it during regular working hours or evenings and weekends. 2. Quality of training We have a highly pedagogic approach to training. We are not here to show off our flying skills or experience, but to train our students to be safe and confident pilots, whether their flying objectives are professional or for leisure. We have taken a fresh approach to a training and quality system not seen in any other Finnish flight school before. Our teaching methods are tried and tested world-class systems, which we have adapted and further improved upon for the local Nordic environment — and they fully comply and exceed European aviation regulations. 3. Modern aircraft Our aircraft are state-of-the-art, perfect for training and have an extremely good safety record (in fact, the best in the industry.) We dare claim to operate the newest and most modern training fleet in Finland in our price category. All of our students are encouraged to train on glass cockpit aircraft, and we also teach on traditional instruments, to give our students all the skills they need. 4. Professional and talented instructors Our instructors have hundreds, if not thousands of hours of experience as instructors and most have airline or charter flight experience. They are with us because they find instructing rewarding and are passionate about quality — not just to clock up more flight hours. That said, the quality of instructing does not rest on individual instructor’s shoulders, but is nurtured by our methodical approach to quality in our organization and learning. Our belief is that the only way to stay on top is to recognise the fact that we are all on an endless journey of learning — excellence comes through perseverance and continuous improvement. Don’t let this obsession of ours prevent you from enjoying what you are about to experience with us: excitement and fun are an inseparable part of flying, whether you are an aspiring private pilot or starting a new and rewarding career in aviation. Let us guide you through those experiences safely! Who Are We? We are aviation and business professionals with complementing backgrounds: airline and charter pilots, career instructors, aircraft engineers, business managers, and entrepreneurs. We were frustrated with the lack of a flight school truly interested in their students’ learning and in customer service, so we founded one. We might not be the cheapest flight school around, but we are certainly striving to stay the best! Approvals EASA ATO Certificate FI.ATO.2016 – Finnish CAA Approval for all courses under an Approved Training Organisation (ATO) under European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Rules. [-]

University of Eastern Finland - Institute of Photonics

Finland Joensuu August 2018

Institute of Photonics combines all research and education in optics and photonics at the University of Eastern Finland. It provides a unique combination of expertize and facilities on photonics. Photonics researchers come from: Department of Physics and Mathematics Department of Environmental and biological sciences School of Computing At UEF, interdisciplinarity is not something we do, it's who we are. We seek to be number one in Finland when it comes to academic learning… [+] environments. We offer first-class education that is bound to make a difference. We are one of the largest universities in Finland, and home to approximately 15,000 students and 2,800 members of staff. Our campuses are located in Joensuu, Kuopio and Savonlinna. UEF is a multidisciplinary university, which offers to teach in more than 100 major subjects. We have four faculties: the Philosophical Faculty, the Faculty of Science and Forestry, the Faculty of Health Sciences, and the Faculty of Social Sciences and Business Studies. Our activities underscore multidisciplinarity. Our key interdisciplinary research areas are built around four global challenges. These challenges are Ageing, lifestyles and health; Learning in a digitised society; Cultural encounters, mobilities and borders; and Environmental change and sufficiency of natural resources. In addition to a high standard of teaching, we offer our students a modern study environment, which is under constant development. Student well-being is among our primary concerns. We have extensive international relations and are involved in several international networks. Our teaching and research staff and students are active in participating in various mobility programmes. We have concluded bilateral agreements of cooperation with approximately 100 universities abroad. Furthermore, we are involved in several international networks and discipline-specific projects. Together with our networks, we support the well-being and positive development of eastern Finland. Our goal is to be ranked among the leading 200 research universities in the world and, in the strong research areas, among the world's leading 50 research universities. UEF is a smoke-free workplace. [-]

Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences (SeAMK)

Finland Seinäjoki August 2018

Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences is a multidisciplinary institution of higher education and an efficient actor in education and research, development and innovation (RDI) in the region of South Ostrobothnia in West Finland. The number of full-time students is 5000 and academic and other staff members 380. Seinäjoki UAS has 19 Bachelor and 7 Master degree programmes. Three-degree programmes are totally taught in English (International Business, Nursing and a Master's D… [+] egree in International Business Management). Also, double degree programmes are available in the fields of technology and business. Seinäjoki UAS provides education aiming at high-level professional qualification in the following fields: Culture Social sciences, Business and Administration Technology, Communication and Transport Natural Resources and the Environment Social services, Health and Sports Tourism, Catering and Domestic Services In education and in R&D activities Seinäjoki UAS has concentrated on the following focus areas: Sustainable Food Solutions Smart and Energy Efficient Systems Welfare and Creative Individuals and Communities Entrepreneurship, New Business Concepts and Service Innovations These areas of expertise are being developed based on regional and international needs and our special strengths. Internationalization is a strategic aim of Seinäjoki UAS We have about 200 partner universities in 50 different countries all over the world. An active student and academic mobility, RDI projects and international conferences are a vital part of our international activities. [-]

Jyväskylä University School of Business and Economics

Finland Jyväskylä August 2018

JSBE is the first University in the whole of Scandinavia offering a full master's and doctoral programme in Corporate Environmental Management since 1995. School of Business and Economics The dynamic and internationally-oriented Jyväskylä University School of Business and Economics (JSBE) is one of the seven faculties at the University of Jyväskylä. JSBE has offered degree programmes in the fields of economics and business since 1967. As part of an internationally renowned res… [+] earch university, JSBE strives for excellence in research and education in the key fields of business and economics. Around 120 faculty and staff members, including 23 professors, work at JSBE. We serve 1100 degree students, 170 doctoral students, and 200 MBA students. Full-Service Business School We are a full-service business school with Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degree education and MBA Executive Education. Around 150 Master's and 15 Doctoral degrees are awarded each year at JSBE. Our main areas of education include accounting, economics, entrepreneurship, management and leadership, and marketing. Education offered at JSBE is based on up-to-date research conducted by the faculty. The quality of education at JSBE is internationally recognised: the Association of MBAs (AMBA) has awarded the Avance MBA programme with a five-year accreditation, which places the programme among top executive programmes globally. JSBE is also a member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). The quality system of the University of Jyväskylä has received the FINHEEC quality label from the Finnish Higher Education Evaluation Council (FINHEEC). JSBE offers several programmes taught in English. Our two international Master’s degree programmes are offered in the fields of Corporate Environmental Management (CEM) and International Business and Entrepreneurship (IBE), and our doctoral programmes are taught exclusively in English. Exchange students can take courses from our non-degree course programme in English, which is also open for Finnish and international degree students. JSBE has specialised expertise in environmental and social issues connected to a business. We were the first business school in Scandinavia to offer a full Master's and Doctoral programme in Corporate Environmental Management (since 1995). JSBE has been repeatedly recognised for our outstanding leadership in training future business decision makers in environmental management skills in the global Beyond Grey Pinstripes survey. Environmental and social issues are an integral part also in the strategic focus areas of JSBE. Innovative research Research at JSBE focuses on the behaviour of individuals, businesses and organisations in order to understand their functions as part of society. In all our disciplines, the emphasis is particularly on empirical research on managerial-relevant questions and policy-relevant questions. Our research is organised through disciplines and research groups. The JSBE research groups overlap discipline boundaries. Recently, the research groups focusing on spatial labour market analysis and responsible leadership have been particularly pronounced and recognised. JSBE Research Groups Accounting in Organizational and Social Context Corporate Environmental Management Entrepreneurship and International Business Interdisciplinary Research on Management Education Marketing Research Group Research Group on International Macro and Finance Spatial Labour Market Analysis Strategic and Technology Management Sustainable Leadership en Globalized World Active cooperation JSBE actively participates in national and international cooperation networks in the areas of education and research. We maintain strong links to the surrounding community by promoting our latest research results and by educating academic experts, leaders and entrepreneurs to serve society. JSBE has partner institutions all over the world and participates in several student exchange programmes, such as FIRST, ISEP, Erasmus and the Norek network. In addition, the mobility of teachers and other staff is actively promoted. JSBE also regularly receives international visiting lecturers to teach at all levels of education. JSBE Mission and Values Enabling excellence for the future in responsible business and policy-relevant economics Values JSBE as a part of the University of Jyväskylä is committed the core values of the university: excellence, enlightenment, and engagement. The University follows and nurtures ethical values and promotes sustainability with regard to economic, social, and ecological development. The operating culture at the University is based on openness, equality, and trust. Mission Enabling excellence for the future in responsible business and policy-relevant economics Jyväskylä University School of Business and Economics (JSBE) strives for enabling excellence in responsible business and policy-relevant economics. We are a vital part of an internationally renowned research university noted through its history for the advancement of Finnish high-quality and innovative education with impact. JSBE is committed to continuously improving quality of research and education in Business (Accounting, Corporate Environmental Management, Management and Leadership, Marketing, and Strategy and Entrepreneurship) and Economics. We effectively combine theory and practice to promote responsible business and policy-relevant economics. New research-based economic knowledge is created in cooperation with our partners in business, public organizations and research institute regionally, nationally as well as internationally. We serve society by educating experts, leaders and entrepreneurs at all levels of academic business education: Bachelor, Master, Doctoral and Executive MBA. We are also a significant provider of education in business and economics to students in other faculties of the University of Jyväskylä. [-]

Häme University of Applied Sciences (HAMK)

Finland Hämeenlinna August 2018

Welcome to HAMK Häme University of Applied Sciences (HAMK) is a multidisciplinary higher education institution situated centrally in the most populated area of southern Finland. HAMK offers inspiring higher education and customer-oriented applied research. Häme University of Applied Sciences is authorised by the Government of Finland and is situated centrally in the most populated area of the country, southern Finland, where about half Finland's population live. HAMK has 7… [+] campuses comprising of: 7200 students 625 teachers and other staff 31-degree programmes, of which 6 are delivered entirely in English HAMK is one of three member institutions of the Federation of Universities of Applied Sciences (FUAS). HAMK operates in close cooperation with Häme Vocational Institute (HAMI), which offers further and continuing vocational education and training. Versatile Education The international perspective is a natural part of our daily activities. Alongside our Finnish students, we have foreign students from around 70 different countries. HAMK education: Bachelor’s and master’s degrees Professional teacher education Continuing and further education Open university studies Exchange studies We have highly qualified teachers and most of them hold a master’s degree and around one hundred a doctoral degree. See more about teacher education in Finland. We use various online tools in studying. Our graduate employment rate is one of the highest in Finland as is also the rate of a graduate who starts their own business. As Finland in undeniably well known for its strengths in the field of education, here at HAMK we offer educational products for the global market. We Serve the Needs of Business, Industry and the Public Sector HAMK has strong links to business and industry. Therefore, we can offer our Finnish and foreign students authentic learning environments and assignments for the benefit of both the students and enterprises. We carry out customer-oriented applied research and development projects. Our four research units support business and industry within the region. The HAMK Quality System The quality systems of Finnish higher education institutions are audited systematically by the Finnish Education Evaluation Centre. HAMK was the first ever higher education institution in Finland to receive the highest status “advanced” for its quality system. HAMK in a nutshell 70 00 students 600 staff members 50 million Euro budget 7 campuses 5 fields of education 23 bachelor-level degree programmes (4 in English) 7 master-level degree programmes (2 in English) 4 research units 100 other partner universities around the world Be Sure to Follow Us on Snapchat! [-]

Oulu University of Applied Sciences (OAMK)

Finland Oulu

Welcome to OAMK Oulu UAS (OAMK) educates genuine and competent professionals for the needs of working life. Our Bachelor's degree programmes are on EQF (European Quality Framework and Other Learning) level 6 and our Master's degree programmes on level 7. We have approximately 8,000 students and 640 staff. We operate in Oulu, Oulainen and Raahe. In addition, we have project-type activities in several municipalities around Northern Finland. Our operations are government funded… [+] and audited by the Finnish Higher Education Evaluation Council (FINHEEC). We implement northern region development objectives in the following focus areas: Future health and well-being Energy, natural resources and the environment Studying at OAMK We have a total of 28 Bachelor's degree programmes, of which three are taught in English. The degree programmes give you the skills and knowledge you need to work as a professional expert, to follow and promote the latest development trends of your area of expertise and to set up for life-long learning. Internationalisation of OAMK Internationalisation is one of the key development targets of Oulu University of Applied Sciences. Oulu UAS develops itself and new professional know-how in co-operation with domestic and international education and research communities. Our vision is that Oulu UAS is versatilely utilising all aspects of internationalisation, actively operating in international co-operation networks and an evolving higher education institution. Aims of internationalisation at our institution are: Creating a genuine international higher education community Enhancing quality and attractiveness through international activities Supply of workforce trained and capable of international activities to the working life of the region Supporting multicultural society Oulu Fun Facts Just a quick one hour flight north of the capital city of Helsinki, Oulu is the biggest city in Northern Finland and Northern Scandinavia. Oulu’s population is one of Europe’s youngest. Over one-third of the residents are under 25. Oulu is also known for its technology, but also it's vivid and versatile cultural life. At the same time, nature is close by and easy to reach. Overall Population: 198,000 Student Population: 35,000 Average High Temperature: 30°C/86°F Average Low Temperature: -30°C/-22°F Students Perspectives of Oulu and OAMK [-]

Centria University of Applied Sciences

Finland Kokkola Ylivieska Jakobstad August 2018

The University with a big heart! Centria University of Applied Sciences is a multidisciplinary, dynamic and inter­national higher education institution. We pride ourselves on offering students and staff an environment that is innovative, caring and multicultural. Located in Western Finland, Centria has three campuses – Kokkola, Pietarsaari, and Ylivieska – located on the Ostrobothnian plain. Each city offers a unique environment with lots of activities and a beautiful envi… [+] ronment. Centria is a young higher education institution, with close to 3,000 and 250 staff members, we offer student-centered teaching with a focus on practical experience. Centria offers degree programmes in five different fields of study and a total of 20-degree programmes. Our fields of education are: Technology, Communications, and Transport Social Sciences, Business, and Administration Social Services, Health, and Sports Culture Humanities and Education With over 500 international students, both degree-seeking and exchange students, internationalization is one of our core values. Over ten percent of our degree-seeking students are international students, coming from over 40 different countries. We also receive around hundred exchange students each year, from our partner universities all over the world. Educates researches and develops Centria has a strong focus on entrepreneurship and excellent connections with the local working-life, this provides an excellent basis for combining theoretical knowledge with professional skills in a meaningful way. We are an international university of applied sciences that encourages innovation and entrepreneurship. Centria’s R&D collaborates with companies and organizations to increase their competitiveness. We aim at helping our customer in developing new products, business ventures and international activities and as well as in the process of entrepreneurship, by using our multidisciplinary expertise. We offer up to date technology and the latest information technology applications to fit our customers’ needs. We make the most of our team of experts, their know-how and the different kinds of laboratories at our use. Our R&D, continuing education services, and broad project activities all aim at improving our customers’ competitiveness. [-]

University of Eastern Finland Department of Chemistry

Finland Joensuu August 2018

The Department of Chemistry at the University of Eastern Finland was established in 1972. It has a long experience and an excellent track record in research chemist education. The department with its unique, research-oriented curriculum has been recognised as a “Unit of High-Quality Education” by the Ministry of Education. Department of Chemistry gives university degree education and does research work in major fields of modern chemistry. Department consists of four divisions: Ino… [+] rganic chemistry, Organic chemistry, Materials chemistry and Physical chemistry. The department has a staff of 60 people and about 250 students. Annually 40 new students start their Master studies. RESEARCH AREAS MASS SPECTROMETRY Biological mass spectrometry and supramolecular chemistry PROTEIN CRYSTALLOGRAPHY AND BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY Three-dimensional structure and function of biological macromolecules INORGANIC CHEMISTRY Coordination compounds and catalysis, crystal engineering, non-covalent interactions MOLECULAR MODELLING Theoretical investigation of materials, surfaces, and catalytic reactions MATERIALS CHEMISTRY Polymerization catalysts, new polymer materials and their surface properties as well as polymer nanocomposites NANOCHEMISTRY AND CATALYSIS Nanochemistry, organometallic compounds, and catalyzed reactions Admission 2014 In 2014, a maximum of 20 students will be accepted to the Masters Degree Programme for Research Chemists. Students will be selected on the basis of their application documents. Next application round opens on 7 January and closes on 18 February 2014. [-]

University of Eastern Finland Philosophical Faculty

Finland Joensuu August 2018

The Philosophical Faculty is one of the four Faculties at the University of Eastern Finland. The Faculty emphasises internationality and multidisciplinarity and works for the advancement of education for the public good according to the principles of the University of Eastern Finland. Its special mission is to conduct scientific research and offer research-based academic education in the fields of educational sciences and psychology, home economics and craft science, linguistics… [+] and cultural studies. The Faculty serves not only Eastern Finland but the whole country and the international scientific community as well. In certain areas of education, theology, languages and culture the Faculty has an expressly defined national mission. The Faculty also strives to provide its services to the society as a whole by providing expertise and education in the fields it represents for the advancement of the social, economic and cultural well-being of Eastern Finland in particular. FIELDS OF STUDY The Faculty educates professionals and experts in the following fields of study: humanities educational sciences psychology theology International Master's Degree Study Programmes Master's Degree Programme in English Language and Culture (120 ECTS) Master's Degree Programme in Linguistic Sciences (120 ECTS) Europan Master's in Clinical Linguistics+ (EMCL+, 120 ECTS) Master's Degree Programme in Learning, Teaching and Counselling in Intercultural Context (120 ECTS) Master's Degree Programme in Early Language Education for Intercultural Communication (120 ECTS) [-]

University of Eastern Finland Business School

Finland Joensuu Kuopio August 2018

The Departments of Business of the universities of Joensuu and Kuopio were merged on 1 September 2009 to constitute the business and management studies of the University of Eastern Finland. Business School has campuses in Joensuu and Kuopio. Our main purpose is to provide high-quality education and research. We educate students towards degrees in Economic Sciences at Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctoral levels. Our theme areas are Accounting and Finance (Kuopio Campus), Business… [+] and Law (Joensuu Campus), Innovation Management (Kuopio Campus), and Service Management (Joensuu Campus). Studies The mission of Business School emphasizes cross-disciplinary and internationally acknowledged approaches to research and teaching. Our aim is also to contribute to the development of local business life and the wellbeing of society as a whole. Following our mission we excel in: scientific research-based teaching fruitful cooperation with local enterprises in teaching and research the teaching was given by pedagogically trained teachers who are dedicated to the development of teaching methods. We are honored to have student exchange agreements with more than 20 universities across the world. Each year dozens of exchange students study at the Business School for one or two semesters. For visiting students, we provide a wide range of business courses also in English. Business School offers three international Master's Degree Programmes: Master's Degree Programme in Innovation Management Master's Degree Programme in Tourism Marketing and Management Master´s Degree Programme in International Business and Sales Management [-]